Saturday, June 25, 2016

That Colombian deal

The Washington Post points out that one of the unresolved issues in the recent Havana agreement between the government of Colombia and FARC concerns the adjudication of war crimes on both sides.
The two sides must settle on a mechanism for selecting judges who will preside over special peace tribunals evaluating the war crimes of guerrillas as well as the military.
This is a tough one given the mistrust between the parties.

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